Tuesday, October 28, 2008


Hey...this post is for my cousin Loni. She is expecting her third little one VERY soon!

Anyway, Loni...here is the fabric I got to make your sling. Please be honest, if you don't like it that's fine. I can get another fabric and use this for something else. If you like it, but think it will be too busy, I could make the body of the sling out of black and use this fabric for the trim and the pocket. Whatever you would like!
Here is the fabric the shopping cart cover is made out of. The back is a solid pink. I made one of these covers for Becki when Cambree was little. You can use it in shopping carts (OBVIOUSLY!), in those wooden public high chairs that aren't always clean, or even in those bucket park swings...though I've never really been worried about those. It has a strap that you can weave through the shopping cart and buckle the little one it. This is more for the older ones, or when the new one can sit up in the shopping cart...but Nessa could use it now. Great for keeping those icky shopping carts away from your babies! :o) Here is a picture of the crib tent box...if you want it, it's yours. Just let me know what you think about all of these! Love ya!


Loni said...

I LOVE the idea of the sling in black and that fabric for the trim. I think that would be really pretty! And I would appreciate the shopping cart cover so much. I had one when Nat was little but haven't been able to find it. And I am bad and never got a new one. I'm not sure we need the crib tent anymore. We figured out her matress lowered a notch or two more so that helped. Thank you so much. I'm so lucky to have such a good family...I just wish you were closer and we could see each other more!

Anonymous said...

Ditto from your Aunt Patty. You are such a good cousin, Andie. (and a great niece, too.) I especially ditto the part of Loni's comment that says she wishes you lived closer. I know it could be worse, and your family could be clear across the country, so I'm glad that Warren answered the Kansas call, and you're as close as you are. Love, Aunt Patty.